No. 29 October 2004
Electoral Politics


Focus: Electoral Politics

Tanaka Aiji
Changes in Japanese Electoral Politics, 2003-2004: The Impact of Pension Reform or the Koizumi Effect?
Hirano Hiroshi
The Dismantlement of the Koizumi Coalition and Changes in Voters' Policy Preferences
Kobayashi Yoshiaki
What Did Voters Hope to Achieve through the 2004 Upper House Election?
Kabashima Ikuo
Prospects for a Two-Party System in Japan
Steven R. Reed
Analyzing the Results of the 2004 House of Councillors Election: The Same Old Story

Shaken News

Makita Naoki
The Social Science Japan Data Archive: Achievements Since 1998 and Future Steps
Sano Yoshihide
The Department of Research on the Staffing Industry

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